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How many US Supreme Court justices are there and who sets the size of the Court?

Congress set the current number of Supreme Court justices at nine (one Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices) in the Judiciary Act of 1869, and has the authority to pass legislation making future changes.


Does the US Supreme Court decide how many justices shall serve on it at a time?

No, Congress by statute in the Judicial Code sets the number of justices that sit on the Supreme Court at any one time. The Constitution provides that there shall be a Supreme Court but does not set it up in terms of the number of justices or how it is to operate. Congress has changed the number of justices on the court from time to time. At its beginning there were six and it has varied over time to as many as ten. It has been nine since 1869.


What is the head judge of the supreme court?

This is the person better known as the Chief Justice. The Chief Justice is the leader of the court (the other justices are known as Associate Justices); the Chief Justice presides over hearings and sets the agenda for the business conducted by the Supreme Court. If there were an impeachment, the Chief Justice would preside over the trial in the Senate. The current Supreme Court Chief Justice is John Roberts.


What is the Head judge of the supreme?

This is the person better known as the Chief Justice. The Chief Justice is the leader of the court (the other justices are known as Associate Justices); the Chief Justice presides over hearings and sets the agenda for the business conducted by the Supreme Court. If there were an impeachment, the Chief Justice would preside over the trial in the Senate. The current Supreme Court Chief Justice is John Roberts.


What court sets the binding precedents for federal courts?

Supreme Court


What court sets precedent for the entire US?

U.S Supreme Court


Who sets the agenda for the US Supreme Court?

The Chief Justice sets the agenda for meetings.


Which is the only court that sets precedent for all US courts?

The Supreme Court of the United States


Which of the following is not a purpose of the supreme court it reviwes laws interrupt laws it serves the highest court it sets policys?

It sets policy  Apex ;P


Who sets salaries for federal judges?

Congress


What does it mean to say that supreme court decisions establish legal precedent?

As the highest court in the US, a ruling by the Supreme Court can not be challanged legally.In effect lower courts must make rulings on cases in line with any historic, relavent Supreme Court decisions (or their rulings will be overturned by higher courts).This means that a ruling by the Supreme Court sets the US legal standard - sets a precedent."precedent" means coming before another or others in time, place, rank, or sequence.


Which article sets up judicial branch and the supreme court?

US Constitution, Article III, Section 1.

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